Hybrid deaf education degree programs are typically designed to develop skills in educators to work with children with hearing related learning disabilities.
Some hybrid deaf education programs may award graduates an MDE (Master of Deaf Education). This may qualify them to work directly with clients, or work to develop special programs and curriculum to serve deaf children.
Universities with deaf education programs that offer hybrid programs might include coursework that covers topics like curriculum and methods for deaf children, aural rehab for infants and children, research methods, language and literacy in deaf children, foundations of early childhood special education, teaching children with hearing loss to hear and speak, and family intervention techniques. These programs also might include a practicum element to provide students with hands on practical training.
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